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Full Force Wiki/Biography
Full Force is a group of producers, songwriters and R&B performers, which was founded in 1976 in New York City, New York, USA. They are widely known for their collaborations with several big names of the music industry including, among plenty of others, Britney Spears, The Black Eyed Peas, Rihanna, Lil’ Kim as well as 2016 Nobel Prize winner Bob Dylan.
Have you ever wondered how much wealth the group has accumulated so far? What is the worth of Full Force? According to sources, it is estimated that the Full Force’s net worth, as of early 2017, exceeds the sum of $2 million which has been acquired through their long-lasting presence and works in the music industry which is now spanning over 40 years.
Full Force Net Worth $2 million
In 1976 in New York City’s borough of Brooklyn, the Music and production group Full Force was founded by six friends and cousins – Paul Anthony and Bow-Legged Lou (real name Lucien George Jr.) is in charge of vocals, Baby Gee (Gerry Charles) on keyboards, Curt-T-T (Curt Bedeau) and Shy Shy (Junior Clark) playing guitar and bass guitar respectively while B-Fine (Brian George) is responsible for drums and drum programming, with Steve Salem as their manager. Although struggling in the beginning, they independently released their debut single “Turn You On”.
Full Force gained more public attention in 1985, after producing and releasing the single “Roxanne, Roxanne” for Brooklyn’s old-school hip hop band U.T.F.O., a real commercial success, peaking at No. 10 on the Billboard R&B chart and bringing the needed fame and so recording contracts for Full Force, providing the basis for its net worth as well.
The group rose to prominence after they wrote and produced the hit single “I Wonder If I Take You Home” for Lisa Lisa & Cult Jam. The song became a commercial hit, at first in Columbia, before becoming a hit single on the New York club circuit, peaking at No. 6 on the Billboard Dance chart. It is certain that this accomplishment helped the members of Full Force to dramatically increase their, not only popularity, but wealth as well.
Apart from producing and writing, Full Force has also released ten of their own studio albums such as, among others, “Full Force” (1985), “Legendary” (2007) and “With Love From Our Friends” (2014), including over a dozen hit singles like “Temporary Love Thing”, “Unselfish Lover” as well as “All in My Mind” and “Alice, I Want You Just For Me!”. In their career in the music industry which has been active since 1976, the members of Full Force have collaborated with several big names including, apart from those already mentioned above, Selena, James Brown, Samantha Fox and La Toya Jackson as well as Backstreet Boys, Method Man and Roxanne Shanté. Doubtlessly, all these accomplishments have boosted the total size of Full Force’s net worth.
Apart from music, the Full Force crew appeared in the 1990 comedy “House Party” as well as its sequel “House Party 2” (1991). Judging by the movies box office earnings of $26.3 and $19.4 million respectively, these ventures significantly increased Full Force’s net worth by a large margin. They were also featured in Ted Demme’s directing debut, a 1993 comedy thriller “Who’s the Man” with Ed Lover and Doctor Dré in the leading roles.
|Full Name||Full Force|
|Net Worth||$2 Million|
|Date Of Birth||1976-present|
|Place Of Birth||New York City, New York, USA|
|Profession||Group of R&B and Hip Hop singers and producers|
|Partner||Paul Anthony, Brian "B-Fine" George, Lucien "Bowlegged Lou" George Jr., Junior "Shy Shy" Clark, Curt "Curt-T-T" Bedeau, Gerry "Baby Gee" Charles|
|Record Labels||Columbia, Capitol, Calibre, TVT, Earforce Records|
|Albums||With Love from Our Friends (2014), Guess Who's Comin' to... (1987), Smoove (1989), Full Force (1985), Full Force Get Busy 1 Time! (1986)|
|Movies||Krush Groove (1985), 1990: House Party (1990), House Party 2 (1991), Who's the Man? (1993)|
|The Simpsons||2017||TV Series writer - 1 episode|
|Concussion||2015||writer: "Move Ya Body"|
|Danville 2nd Ward Young Men||2014||TV Series writer - 1 episode|
|RuPaul's Drag Race||2014||TV Series writer - 1 episode|
|RuPaul's Drag Race: Untucked!||2014||TV Series writer - 1 episode|
|One Hit Wonderland||2013||TV Series documentary writer - 1 episode|
|Zero Dark Thirty||2012||writer: "Move Ya Body"|
|Todd's Pop Song Reviews||2010||TV Series documentary writer - 1 episode|
|Everybody Hates Chris||2006-2007||TV Series performer - 2 episodes|
|Clerks II||2006||writer: "Naughty Girls Need Love Too"|
|So You Think You Can Dance||2005||TV Series writer - 1 episode|
|Entourage||2005||TV Series writer - 1 episode|
|Like Mike||2002||writer: "Basketball"|
|Soul Food||2000||TV Series writer: "Can't Wait Until Tomorrow"|
|Saturday Night Live||1999||TV Series writer - 1 episode|
|The Sopranos||1999||TV Series writer - 1 episode|
|Booty Call||1997||writer: "Let Me See You Squirrel"|
|Who's the Man?||1993||producer: "Precious Lord, Take My Hand"|
|Gladiator||1992||producer: "Welcome to the Real Life"|
|Straight Out of Brooklyn||1991||producer: "Are You Really Real?"|
|Mad Bull 34||1990||TV Mini-Series writer: "Time to Get Busy"|
|House Party||1990||performer: "House Party", "Ain't My Type of Hype" / writer: "House Party", "Ain't My Type of Hype"|
|A Nightmare on Elm Street 5: The Dream Child||1989||producer: "NOW I LAY ME DOWN", "WORD UP DOC!" / writer: "NOW I LAY ME DOWN"|
|Caddyshack II||1988||performer: "Go For Yours", "Jack Fresh" / producer: "Go For Yours", "Jack Fresh" / writer: "Go For Yours", "Jack Fresh"|
|Krush Groove||1985||writer: "Pick Up the Pace"|
|Top of the Pops||1985||TV Series writer - 1 episode|
|Samantha Fox: Just One Night||1991/II||Video short original music by|
|Samantha Fox: I Wanna Have Some Fun||1988||Video short music by|
|Samantha Fox: Naughty Girls - Need Love Too||1988||Video short original music by|
|Samantha Fox: I Wanna Have Some Fun||1988||Video short||Themselves|
|Samantha Fox: Naughty Girls - Need Love Too||1988||Video short||Themselves|
|2003||Black Reel||Black Reel Awards||Best Song||Like Mike (2002)|